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german-french energy conference. >> france says it wants to cut its dependency on nuclear energy, currently pegged at 75% of the country's power supply. >> experts and officials have been gathering to discuss working together on renewable energy. the german prime minister said that to reduce costs and increase energy security across europe. >> it was the last appearance for france's environment minister. later she was fired for criticizing the french president's budget. >> earlier, we spoke with the cheap energy analyst at the german institute for economic research. i asked her how realistic the french plans are to reduce use of nuclear power from 75% to 50% by 2020. >> i think it is realistic. we have to see that the nuclear power plant in france are already quite old and need to be replaced, and they could be replaced with renewable energy, so germany is doing that as well. france has high potential also in the renewable energy sector, also wind energy, also solar and biomass, and i think nuclear can be replaced. >> energy policy is one area that cannot be thought of in strictl
that short break. >> welcome back. paris has been hosting the first german-french energy conference. >> france says it wants to cut its dependency on nuclear energy, currently pegged at 75% of the country's power supply. >> experts and officials have been gathering to discuss working together on renewable energy. the german prime minister said that to reduce costs and increase energy security across europe. >> it was the last appearance for france's environment minister. later she was fired for criticizing the french president's budget. >> earlier, we spoke with the cheap energy analyst at the german institute for economic research. i asked her how realistic the french plans are to reduce use of nuclear power from 75% to 50% by 2020. >> i think it is realistic. we have to see that the nuclear power plant in france are already quite old and need to be replaced, and they could be replaced with renewable energy, so germany is doing that as well. france has high potential also in the renewable energy sector, also wind energy, also solar and biomass, and i think nuclear can be replaced.
made energy this this instance. without it, foreign control energy companies could develop this american energy resource and the royalty payments to mexico would still be undisclosed and kept private. but the net result would be americans would lose out on this energy potential. the natural resources committee and mr. duncan have worked hard to advance this bill and get it signed into law, it's important to american energy, to american jobs, and american energy security. and it is important to supporting trade with our neighbor to the south, mexico. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the chair recognizes the gentleman from oregon. mr. defazio: mr. chairman, we could have done this bill as a suspension two days ago, that is, it probably could pass the house by unanimous consent which is very rare if this provision hadn't been added. there is consensus on both sides of the aisle that it's critical we move forward with this agreement to wecks -- with mexico to deal with shared resources in the western gulf of mexico. however, the
hetchy regional water system. with also generate clean renewable energy for city services like public buses, hospitals, schools, and much more. and finally, we collect and treat all the city's wastewater and stormwater making it safe enough to discharge into the san francisco bay and pacific ocean. >> in 2006 the puc was planning a record number of projects. >> the public utilities commission is a very infrastructure-rich organization. we're out there rebuilding the water system. we've budget working on power generation in the country. we've been doing sewer for the city. we're looking at a brand-new rebuild of all watt systems in san francisco and we haven't had a home that's been other than mental. >> they staff over 900 people. the puc is in two office locations. >> you know, this is such a great place for a building. if the puc owned that building and we could make that the icon i can sustainable building puc represents, wouldn't be a dramatic idea? >> so, one of the major decisions we made was we wanted to make a statement with this building. we wanted this building to be a lead
, long-term energy strategy to replace those plants and keep electricity flowing in our homes. that's why it's a problem. that's why it's going to hurt the economy. >> jamu? what do you think? >> we do not have to choose been the health of our kids and the health of our economy. we know when we banned leaded fuel and we banned things that were bad for our kids, the toys they were playing with, it didn't kill the plastics any, it didn't kill the oil industry. it sound like what larry has said is he has a bad lack of faith in our american companies to innovate. i don't have that lack of faith. i know that small business owners and the ceos of walmart, ceo of honeywell, they believe in a clean energy economy, that we can fix climate change, protect our environment and have a strong economy. they don't have to be separate. >> well, gary, it's a pretty tepid job market as it is. is something like this really going to stall it? >> it's absolutely going to kill us and it's not going to kill any kids, as jehmu kind of talks about. they've been in no vanovating f hundreds of years. let me read som
the cost of energy for american families, cripple the economy and destroy hundreds of thousands of jobs of people who work in the energy industry. the war on coal is really a war on the american people. mr. speaker, maybe the president is not aware that the coal plant over here on south capitol street heats part of the capitol. is this a way to silence congress? who knows. this is just another day in the administration whose policy is, nothing from below, nothing from below the ground, nothing from below the sea. no oil, no coal, no gas and no jobs. that's the result of this policy. that's why i've introduced the ensuring affordable energy act, my bill would put an end to this back door attempt by this administration to go around congress and circumvent the will of the people. this bill would prohibit any e.p.a. funds from being used to implement the regulation of greenhouse gases. this has passed in the past in the house but has yet to become law. now, let's talk about natural gas. down the street from the white house is another marble bureaucratic palace they call the department of en
. he wants to do away with coal, which is a major supplier of energy in the state of west virginia. he is closing down power plants all over this part of the country. it is not about climate change. is about people trying to force us to lift their way of life instead of our way of life that we have had for hundreds of years. talk a little bit -- are you reaching out your senator politically? are you doing anything on that front? about: i am concerned senator joe mentioned. he says one thing but when it -- totime to the boating all of a sudden he is not who he says he is. host: this is all of twitter -- it was earlier this week on tuesday the president announced his initiative. here is what he had to say. [video clip] >> six years ago the supreme court ruled that greenhouse gases are pollutants covered by that seem -- covered by that same clean air act. required the epa to determine whether they are a threat to our health and welfare. to that the epa determined they are a threat to both our health and welfare. in many different ways, from the air to more common heat waves, and therefore
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of economic growth in our country? patriotic energy policy based on u.s. innovation and north american resources. shifting immigration policy to an economic strategy to create and sustain economic growth. heard, a radical transformation so that all children are given the chance to succeed to be able to gain the power of knowledge to access the first rung of the economic ladder. fourth, we need to restore loving and committed family life as organizing principle of the institution in american life. >[applause] most energy, we are the energy resource country in the world. of'sve over 100 years supplies of gas. billions of barrels. we are the source of innovation in the world. the most transformative innovations is the internet was commercialized is the combination of to existing innovations that have around for a while and horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracking. we should be celebrating this have.enal -- and we are choosing not to grow. saying in theare debate, that is for other people and not for us. in parts of new york, there is a huge opportunity exists for the -- ore ration of ec
to visit the energy- rich central asian country. human rights groups have criticized his relationship with the president. david camasses the trip is worthwhile. 700e're hoping to sign over million pounds worth of deals that will mean jobs and at home and also investment in this rapidly growing economy. of course nothing is of the agenda, including human rights. >> a security specialist joins me from london. thank you for being with us. kazakhstan and why not any other nation in the region? -- richtan is also its in energy resources. isthe area of central asia incredibly mineral rich. many international energy companies are seeking to get involved. kazakhstan is one of the more stable of the regional countries in the area. it presents a number of opportunities. a number of energy companies have been there for many years. the future is looking promising. the political structure presents one of the more stable. >> it is not just about energy we're talking about. it is a very strategic company, particularly when you are talking about british troops in afghanistan. >> there are a number of
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are picking them up. >> and green power, if your neighbors consume less energy than you, would you cut back? one company is begging you will and has to do with the way you think. that and more on "nightly business report" for tuesday, july 2nd. >>> good evening everyone, the world is watching egypt tonight. hundreds of thousands of protesters back in the square for a third day. they are calling for the resignation of the leader over the handling of the economy. the army gave him a deadline to strike a deal by tomorrow or be pushed aside but the president reportedly asked the army to withdrawal the decision. stocks dipped in the afternoon as oil prices rose. from cairo now, we have the latest. >> reporter: protesters are in the streets of cairo and across the country for a third night of demonstration calling on the president to step down after one year in power. you can hear the atmosphere behind me. it's a very tense atmosphere. people are saying arabic for leave. it's not the opponents of the rally tonight, also supporters are hitting the streets, and that's the key concern, there will be
investment in hit energy sector. is china going to provide that? china needs oil and natural gasses. going to buy it from russia? are the russians going to get more foreign exchange to buy chinese goods? there is a certain synergy in these two economies. these countries don't have friends but they have interests and their interests may coincide, and if they particularly then coincide with iran, you can see five years down the road a chinese-russian-iranian coalition, pushing the united states out. >> neil: but they both need certainly more china that russia -- american consumers. so they don't want to risk rattling the cage. >> foremost on their mind is making sure that part of the west pacific and southeast asia are where they want them. they do not want these countries challenging them either economically, plate -- politically or causing problem. the russians want to reclaim the good old days days of the sovien down union. so each country has objective that don't interfere with the other's objectives and i am concerned that, especially in this current economic environment, and political
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address he articulated no such goal for the unemployment rate or g.d.p. an energy policy, including higher taxes, more out-of-control spending and increased government control of our daily lives mr. not promote jobs. it is a war on jobs. american families need job creation. a clean environment, economic certainty and hope for the future generations. today house republicans will vote on an all-of-the-above energy plan that will create jobs, increases access to our energy resources and stimulates a weak economy. it's time for the senate and e president to support our efforts for american families to reach their full potential. in conclusion, god bless our troops and we will never forget september 11 and the global war on terrorism. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from oregon seek recognition? without objection, the gentleman from oregon is recognized for one minute. mr. blumenauer: thank you, mr. speaker. this is a moment us week, the supreme court striking down doma. and on stuse, president obama recommitted his administration t
associate with light, positive energy. it's like your subconscious mind saying you can do this. we talked about house earlier and this was the house representing your body. >> great. dr. oz: it's intriguing, you pull together different pieces of the story. i would not normally link them but fundamentally arguing the subconscious is whispering to us. >> yes. dr. oz: to our dream it's we hear it, we can use these tools for weight loss. >> exactly, dr. oz. dr. oz: i can learn. my wife says i can learn. dara, what's your story? >> well, same thing with me. i normally don't dream but then when i got this assignment, i could not believe the wild, crazy, bizarro dreams i had. i was so embarrassed to tell her about it. the first night i dreamt i was in a house but it was another family. it wasn't my family. it was a white family. and it was a baby that needed to be delivered but there was no mom. i had the baby in a clear case, like a suitcase and baby was huge, almost like a toddler size. and i was the only one in a rush to get the baby to the hospital to deliver but baby's head kept popping out
and that kind of energy it was just such intensity to end it so suddenly it is a huge adjustment. i knew we were disappointed with the loss that i kept feeling for months after words this was my a sentiment. coach, put me in. the game is over but that is how i felt. i ready. i am just sitting on the bench. put me in. it takes a long time to dial it backed down and it did for me but now it has and in back to normal life in a normal schedule in my routine is much slower and life is wonderful and i have been busy with the book and another part of my life with the horse is that i have been writing and competing and grandchildren and enjoying this time that we had together. we are thinking about the country that faces the nation and politics is one way to answer some of the problems but i really believe with a family that so many of the problems can be solved with good strong families and values and having each take care of each other. this thing we can certainly solve problems in our life. >>host: fists of so you guys are writing? >> we have been speaking it is nothing specific to have been doing al
"journal." please join us then. maybe you have some energy- saving appliances, like an energy star-rated washer and dryer. but what about your tv? chances are it's on more than your washer, dryer, and kitchen appliances combined. did you know that if half of us in the u.s. replaced our regular tvs with an energy star model, the change would be like shutting down a power plant? you can find the energy star on everything from standard to high def to the largest flat-screen your heart desires. ow that makes sense. >>> hello there, welcome to "newsline." it's thursday, july 4th. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. >>> military commanders in egypt have shown the power of protest can trump ballot box decisions. they force the country's first democratically elected leader out of office. president mohamed morsi's supporters call it a coup. his opponents call it a triumph. the head of the army is promising new elections. >> translator: the military has suspended the constitution to hold a presidential election as soon as possible. until a new president is elected, we have appointed the
is sponsoring a new bill expanding offshore energy production seeking to remove government barriers that block production of our u.s. energy resources. obama effectively oppose the offshore drilling moratorium and the plan that keeps 85 percent of the up offshore with its offshore and to expand drilling off the coast of california mccready more than 1 million new american jobs to lower energy prices and growing our economy. joining us is doc hastings also a member of the oversight and government reform committee. welcome above to talk to environmental and irs so what you are sponsoring the white house vote tomorrow, wwat do you think the outcome will be? why should an impasse? >> frankly i believe cahow hit will pass on the bipartisan basis we have done with this issue it haa bipartisan support and i suspect this will to but it recognizes we have tremendous resources under federal control whether offshore or federal land. for us but to use those resources would have an economy growing very slowly slowly, if we can become more energy independent overtime, to create american jobs in the more sec
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than last year. drivers can take some comfort in the fact that the u.s. is flirting with energy independence. the u.s. geological service announced that the resource rich areas hold twice as much recoverable oil and three times as much natural gas. >> we have seen tremendous explosion in production on private and state lands due to advances in technology for producing oil. now people are projecting increases for years to come. that is a big deal for the american economy. >> just five years ago in the united states we had a mindset, if you will, of scarcity. >> now they report that the united states will outpace the rest of the world combined in new energy production in the next five years. >> we have the potential to produce upwards of 50% of the entire increase on a global scale. with what that means is the united states is becoming the new epicenter of oil and gas production in the world. >> reporter: that means they are beginning to lose the stranglehold. now it says the u.s. will become the world's single oil producer. >> we could surpass saudi arabia in seven years as the w
,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. >>> another "crime and punishment" story we're following tonight. aaron hernandez is held without bail charged with first-degree murder. he's no longer a new england patriot after the team released him this morning. he's accused of murdering this man, 27-year-old odin lloyd. his body was bound near hernandez's home. the two men were friends. at today's arraignment prosecutors laid out the allegations describing a callus killing. susan candiotti reports. >> reporter: aaron hernandez had a five-year patriots contract extension worth nearly $40 million but came to an end when he was arrested and charged with first-degree murder and five weapons charges. prosecutors say he orchestrated the killing of 27-year-old odin lloyd whose body was found less than a mile from the former nfl player's home. lloyd was a boston area sem
's, bang, it's done. and that kind of energy that you're outputting every once in a -- you know, with just such intensity for such a long time ends so suddenly. it's a huge adjustment in so many different ways. and i know, of course, we were so disappointed with the loss and everything else. but i kept feeling for months afterwards, and this was my sentiment, is like, coach, put me in. i'm like, wait a minute, the game's over. no, but that's how i felt. put me in, coach, i'm ready. i've been sitting on the bench now, put me in. and that energy takes a long time to dial it back down again. and it did for me. and, but now it has, and i'm back to normal life and normal life's schedule, my routine is much slower. life is wonderful with. and i've been busy with the book and busy with another part of my life which are horses which i love, and can i've been riding and competing and spending time with the grandchildren. and enjoying our time that mitt and i have together. we're writing, he and i are, we're thinking, we're thinking about the country, we're thinking about still the problems that fac
of meaningful tapering in the near future. >> rick santelli, strong dollars but also strong energy today, but gold is lower, the stock market is lower. what's going on? is this foreign driven, or what do you think is going on? >> well, i think it's very fascinating on a day where should the dollar index close at current levels, it would be one day shy of a five-week high close. normally, that is not a good thing for commodities. so i think the energy sector is really giving you a good glimpse into how the geopolitics of what's going on in egypt is affecting the marketplace. when it comes to interest rates, though, yes, you could see we've tapered down just a bit into the 246 area, but it really hasn't been much. and it took a trade under 14,900 in the dow to kind of drag the buying in. the treasury volume is light. keep in mind, two central banks meet thursday while we're out. wednesday and friday. and tomorrow is a shortened session, having the labor statistics, and what's going on with the middle east. i think this is a very dicey time to be trading and volume reflects that. i think th
we've always promoted is to allow states that do participate in producing american energy to also participate in the revenue that's produced to the federal treasury. it's an incentive. that kind support of thing and i yield back. mr. cassidy: thank you, mr. chairman. i'm not sure i understand the logic of my friend on the other side of the aisle. apparently this is going to increase our federal revenue by $1.5 billion. but more importantly, it generates dollars for the state of louisiana to preserve these -- the homes of these families. this allows revenue that has outer from our continental shelf to come back to preserve this coastline, these families and these businesses to remain in existence. and that's what this is really about. equity, increased revenue for the federal government and families in louisiana being able to preserve their existence. i urge support of our amendment. thank you. i yield back. the chair: the gentleman's time has expired. the question is on the amendment offered by the gentleman from louisiana, as modified. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no.
82 degrees, it takes so much longer that you burn a lot more energy. >> he says his business was swamped today, many people asking for the key to energy savings, yearly inspections. >> the old air-conditioner failed six months ago. >> our lack of having it checked out on a regular basis. >> state electrical power use peeked about one and a half% above the predicted maximum, about 68% under what's available. >> you're being encouraged to conservatively, and to save that money. >> channel 2 news, ktvu. >>> our meteorologist, mark tamayo is here, and it's all the people who live inland. >> get ready for that major heat for saturday, sunday, monday, and tuesday, with all those days with the inland heat. >> today we had some 90s out toward antioch, oakland, 84, and pacifica, 87 degrees. >> and there's alcatraz there. >> that fog has since cleared out, but i suspect we're going to have some more development near the immediate coastline tomorrow morning. >> some of the current numbers, still some 90s out forward fairfield, antioch, san jose, 81, and downtown san francisco in the mid
was called for monday and tuesday. >> that means we are encouraged to increase our energy use especially in the late afternoon hours. the peak power use for tomorrow is expected to happen around 4:30 in the afternoon. >>> honoring an ailing world leader. president barack obama silent but powerful tribute to nelson mandela. celebrating another win for same sex marriage here in california. the latest legal victory handed down just today that had people cheering at the pride parade. cell. the president wrote in the t book that he and his familye quot >>> president barack obama honored nelson mendela by visits his former jail cell. he wrote in the guest book he and his family were deeply humbled to stand where brave men stand in injustice. he also talked about taking his daughters to the historic site. >> i knew this was an experience they would never forget. i knew they now appreciated a little bit more the sacrifices that people have made for freedom. >> the 94-year-old mendela is in the hospital fighting a lung infection, he is in critical condition. >>> another win for same sex marriage
's power grid wants you to save energy. they want you to reduce energy. that is when we use air conditioning the most. >>> bart workers have begun a strike that is making for a tough commute. we will continue with our team coverage of this bad monday morning. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. >>> we're live in oakland where bart workers may be on strike. but ac transit. >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. we are keeping a very close eye on the commute this morning in light of the bart strike. this is a live picture out at walnut creek. the bart station there. you can see a very long line of people. people started lining up hours ago. we've been out there since 4:00 this morning. they are weight for the special charter buses. but now bart workers are on strike. talks between the two sides came to an abrupt end last night when bart workers walked out of the negotiations. again a live look at the walnut creek bart station. the tickets for the buses first come first serve. at this point no new talks between the negotiations have been scheduled. >>> ac
him more power so he can move ahead with his plans to amend the constitution. energy policy will also be on the top of people's minds. japanese have been talking about it since the 2011 nuclear accident in fukushima. campaign managers are already busy mapping out their tactics. earlier i spoke with nhk world's senior political commentator. he has charted the strategy of countless campaigns. i started by asking him what's at stake in the upcoming election? >> for the prime minister quite a lot of things at stake. abe's hoping the ruling coalition can win majority in the upper house. the ruling liberal democratic party and its partner new komei already control the upper house, but it is the opposition has the power to block legislation. as a result abe has struggled to get bills through the diet. he says the divided parliament has produced years of indecisive politics. he also says his party needs to win this election to ensure a stable future for japan. recent opinion polls suggest that abe's cabinet still enjoys relatively high public support. the ldp's strong performance in the elect
months and three months after that? we'll examine top sectors from housing to the consumer, energy and defense and what other ramifications for the ceconomy and stocks. we start with housing fuelled by the comeback in the housing market. home builder stocks had a very nice run of their own in the first half of the year. now as you can see here, the home builders essentially kept pace with the broader market packing on a double digit gain. as for the housing market this quarter, diana olick tells us two words will likely hold the key, interest rates. >> reporter: here is what to watch for in real estate in the quarter ahead. rising interest rates are the wild card for buyer, sellers and big banks. home prices are up over 12% from a year ago according to core logic but the average rate on the 30-year fixed is up nearly a full percentage point that will put added pressure on the home prices and builders raising prices more aggressively. rising rates hit and could mean more layoffs at the backs and could trickle down to the home improvement sector in q 3. investors felt the pain alread
've made a big commitment to america. bp supports nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh...no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just a click away with our free mobile app. is that true? says here that cheerios has whole grain oats that can help remove some cholesterol, and that's heart healthy. ♪ [ dad ] jan? >>> she helped raise him since she was a toddler and broke her silence during an exclusive interview with cnn's "ac 360." she says whatever happened that night, she was certain
different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance. now, the world was very different on that june day in 1966 when bobby kennedy spoke those words. mandela faced taken more years as a prisoner. apartheid was entrenched in this a land. in the united states, the victories of the civil right as movement were still uncertain. in fact on the very day that kennedy spoke here, the american civil rights leader james meredith was shot in mississippi where he was marching to inspire blacks to register to vote. those were difficult, troubled, trying times. s idea of hope might have seemed mislaced. it could have seemed inconceivable to people at that time. that less than 50 years later, an african-american president might address an integrated audience at south africa's oldest university and that this same university would have conferred an honorary degree to a president nelson mandela. would have seemed impossible. that's the power that comes from acting on our ideals. that's what mandela understood. but it w
banerjee, energy and environment reporter for the "los angeles times." this week award-winning journalist laurence leamer and his latest book, "the price of justice: a true story of greed and corruption." in it, the new york times best selling author tells the story of the legal battle to hold massey energy accountable to the west virginia communities that it dominated while supplying almost half the nation's coal-generated electric power. the program is about one hour. >> host: welcome to "after words." today we're fortunate enough to have laurence leamer, best selling author who has recently published a very engrossing book called "the price of justice." on its face the book is about supreme court case that was decided at the end of the last decade. but it's much more than that, and if you could just bring readers into the various things that is covered and it's a 14 year struggle to to pittsburgh lawyers. take on this case of the small mine owner in western virginia, southwestern virginia he was driven into bankruptcy by don blankenship, the ceo of massey energy and they get into this
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in gilroy, robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> pg&e has energy saving measures to keep in mind. they say set your air conditioner thermostat to 78 degrees or higher when you're at home and set it to 85 degrees when you're away. shut windows and draw the shades to keep in the precooled air. avoid using electric ovens. cook on the stove, use a microwave or grill outside. do activities requiring electricity in the morning or after 7:00 p.m. to help ease the low on the power grid. >>> the nevada hospital accused of dumping patients in california. the report singled out 10 cases of patients. it found four of the patients were sent to their home states. the others were bussed to states they weren't from. the patients were sent to the destinations they requested. the hospital is accused of busing out 1500 patients since 2008. >>> san francisco city planners want apple to keep a beloved 40- year-old fountain near union square. the fountain was designed by ruth isawa. they released a review. they want apple to keep the fountain in its current spot or find another place for it in the city. they wa
. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. her long day of pick ups and drop offs begins with arthritis pain... and a choice. take up to 6 tylenol in a day or just 2 aleve for all day relief. all aboard. ♪ >> jeff: americans make an estimated 240 million calls to 911 every year. and we do mean calls. as of now text messages to 911 go unanswered, virtually everywhere in the country. andrea lucia went to one cities that's trying to change that. >> 911. >> okay, is anybody hurt? >> the blackhawk county 911 call center in waterloo, iowa, answers more than half a million calls a year. since 2009 it also receives text messages, the first in the country to do so. >> dispatch this is amber. >> in 2011 dispatcher amber chase saw this chase. >> i want to kill myself. will you please help me, while exchanging text messages chase was able to send police. >> he legitimately wanted he
business. booth, youund the see energy, excitement, lots of new channels. it is a great time. you can be in some many different businesses right now. >> there is the push back hand,n who has the upper the channels or the content providers. who has the upper hand right now? >> there are more distributors than ever before, so that changes some of the dynamic. the technological change is very troubling. you can skip commercials, you can have no commercials altogether. content?t your we can work together and have both sides come out great. i don't see winners verses losers. if that happens, you have problems. hugethough you bring up a point of what is happening with a video on demand. younger people finding ways to watch things online and changing the entire structure. how did you break all of these changes without completely --nibalizing >> it depends on the company u r looking at. if you don't have your products in every platform, you are missing a whole generation. i think that is a mistake. channel these multi- video the scribers -- subscribers. we are starting to see we're making a s
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